Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Brian Noir

A little old-time American styling, done on an Argentine afternoon.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009


I gave this sketch a little bit of extra love, 'cause I'll be putting this blog on semi-hiatus for a little while. I'll post as often as I can, and put some thought into how it should grow and evolve.

Trust in me and I'll trust in you.

Monday, May 11, 2009

And the Winner Is

...John Maggard! John, congratulations - email me as soon as you're able, and we'll get "Hot Rod Devil" into your hands.

And thank you to everyone who entered a comment in this giveaway contest. More freebies to come.

Friday, May 8, 2009

Contest Ends Sunday

Contest Reminder: Sunday is the last day for "Open Mind Sketchbook" visitors to post their comments to this blog, thereby making themselves eligible to win the original art "Hot Rod Devil."

The winner's name will appear Monday. Who will win?

In other news, absolutely nobody liked the prison comic posted Wednesday. Too dark, I suppose. So in an effort to once again win everyone's love, here is a picture of a cute kitty-cat.

However, as you may have suspected, the original kitty-cat picture from which this image was taken is much darker than the above "detail." It can be found at "Twistmind," the red-headed stepchild of this blog. (Link below.)

WARNING: Twistmind is NOT for everyone - it's a place for mature adults. A place where darkness, bad language, political incorrectness, and nudity can appear. It may depict challenging ideas - or brainless vulgar FUN.

For those who like that sort of trash, go see Twistmind.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Web Site Under Construction

Visitors to my portfolio Web site will find it temporarily out of order, as I add new art and pages. I apologize for the inconvenience.

Silent Comic: from "Prison"

These pictures were part of a choose-your-own-ending game I created called "Survive the Day: 24 Hours in Prison." Taken out of the game, the images make good comics.

If you'd like to see the rest of the art, or play the game, go to "Play This Game, Go to Prison." (Each choice you make in the game leads to a different ending, so do different things to see different parts of the story.)

Monday, May 4, 2009

Angry Chica

I've always liked this one. She started as a few lines that pleased me immediately - and kept pleasing me as she became complete.
And her lines and design inspire my senses.

Friday, May 1, 2009

The Mousetrap

A piece I offered to a local production of "The Mousetrap."

Disambiguation: That's Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap." However, if you were looking for the infrared, motion-detecting mousetrap coffee table, click here.